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Dragon Age Inquisition Will Have 200 Hours of Content


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You heard that right. 200 hours of content.

If you’ve been following the updates for the third installment of the Dragon Age series, you already know how ambitious a project it was. Now we have a number to quantify it.

According to Cameron Lee, producer on the game, the single player campaign can be completed in 20-40 hours, about on par for the series, but in order to access all of Inquisition’s content, roughly 200 hours of gameplay will be needed.

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That is a massive amount, considering Fallout 3 is about 110 hours long (with all its DLC) and Final Fantasy VII takes an estimated 92 1/2 hours to see everything (based on HowLongtoBeat.com)

If you love single player and don’t mind taking months to complete a single game, I think this Holiday season’s game purchase has just been decided.

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Is 200 hours too much content to pack into a game? Or will it make Inquisition a more appealing purchase? Let us know what you think in the comments below!

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One comment on “Dragon Age Inquisition Will Have 200 Hours of Content

  1. Green Embers
    October 15, 2014

    I easily spent that amount of time in Skyrim, but I have a feeling that they are padding their number. Chances are some things can be done while doing other things but they would count them separate (if I am making sense). Either way though, it definitely seems like a good bang for my buck. 😀

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